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OnVe nt Kirt Nation
Friday MoHNiNn, Ju.vr. Hi, 1871.
' JOHN II. OIIERI.Y, KMt.in axt, Pi-Mimirn,
TrM or iiik Mailt Un.LtTlM
; Oat wfk, by carrier i
One month, by Mail 7i
. Three month l M
tlx months 4 24
Ou year 8 00
Tkt vffieiil paper of AltrnnJer wanly ami iiftht city of
Cuiro 1 the onlv morning ih 1(7 in Southern lUimil ;
1 awlU-maU journal,' tmatl, but fearlem; out-
ipoltn 0 all tubjeett of interest to the puUic I
mtk alarge and incrcasinq circulation, the Iiullc
Untolinti the patronage ol Intelligent realert ami
enterprmmj butinet$ wen
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John II. Oberly k Co. hate reduced the tnb
acription pries of the Weekly Cairo llulletln (u
Out Dollar per annum, making It the cheapest pa
lutllihed In Southern Illinois.
Till Decatur Magnet has departed.
Tni Quincy Herald no longer lin
gtraby the way. It has departed.
Thk friends of Qovornor Joel Par
ker, of New Jersey, are organizing for
the purpose of securing his nomina
tion for the presidency by the demo
cratic party in 1872
The New-York ,S'im now (lies this
ticket at the masthead .
FARMER' AK1 MECHANIC' CANllIIl.VTK,
- - The Great andiGood
The republican? being evidently
hard' preyed for tv cuudidato for the
Vice prmdciwyve respectfully suggci-t
Hon. D. T. Lincgar of this city, as the
Ipropcr wan to succeed Hchuvlcr. lie
la a gentleman of moro ability than
Colfax, and not subject to attacks of
illness like that which lately prostrated
the T.-p. in the senate chamber. Neither
' coffee nor cigars can affect Lincgar, and
we therefore believe ho would make n
. magnificent radical candidate for tho
second office iu the gift of the people.
Mr. Carlisle, the democratic can
didate for lieutenant-governor iu Ken.
tucky, in his speech at Falmouth, on
the 13th inst., said : "I regard the re
'nomination of (J rant in tho coming
'presidential election as a foregone con
' elusion. His party has not power to
'keep him from being its standard-bearer
in i2. This sentence contains au as
Mrtion which, iu our opiniou, events
fill verify. Probably a majority of the
republican party we believe a great
majority do not believe that Son.
Airant should bo re-nominated, but he
be. The politicians of tho party,
od the peculiar condition into which
the republican organization has drifted,
ill N:cure to the general the head of
the ticket; and, unless there shall be
wisdom and political strategy of a high
order ucd by the democracy, he will
fi Jhe white house duriug another
Prenldenttal term at least, and maybd
for life. Ho is, in short, a dictator iu
W own party, and may from this be
ginning grow into the dictator of his
country. Ifhoisus ambitious and us
u,ocrupiri.(mS as he is powerful iu tho
vdical party he will.
MURDERED 11Y A FRIEND.
Some men wero born iuto the world
ttu! purpose of enacting the part of
E l tU thi BTeilt draiUI f Uuwuu
"""uu oi me puunc by
&UeTUo utterance of
of political low comedy ut tho
Of he democratic party. W J
laore in sorrow thai, ;.. .
... ... u"fir, aim m
the hone that In. ...... v i. i ,
, . glimmering sense of pro
prietr to reform l.;0
. . '""'Bi.fi.-ei couuuut
ma become a model of that decent t.ro.
- F " ' . ,Cn U rwlulre1 of a1' tlic re
fL. ketabU m.n.i .n.i.
. MVlilwlI) U( l(10 CInocratiu
ume T u M in u wt of
mmmmk iue conatitution of o
', ', VikU'tUt with i,U tho amendment
:."MMft tli thirteenth, fourteenth and
y,1'WleWth,M time bo proclaimed " null
nntl void" becauso ho believed tlicy had
been conceived in iniquity and brought
forth m fraud. -uVftcr traveling along
thX'.(yb8onioTtiina he abandoned
it, ijlK? KVa stick to our position,
'bittjjfWo perceive that the current is
Ottrorig ngnlrist us hntl therefore pro
' pose to float with it." Ho then meekly
(wallowed the " new departure " doso
which has been commended to deino
oratic ,toinachs, and proceeded with
great deliberation to make another
frittx put,' ib lc great delight of tho
republican parly. The democrats, ho
said, must nominate Hancock, becauso
he is a good general, and if defeated
Tliqrq is not, wo venture to say, a
man, woman or child in the republic
who docs not know that utterances of
this kind tire tho merest kind of bosh,
full of sound and fury signifying noth
ing ; but they are Biiappcd up by re
publican politicians, magnified into pro
portions wonderful to behold, and then
held beforo the country as expressions
that point to the evident designs. of tho
democratio party. Tho democracy do-
siro to carry no such loads. The party
endorses no vaporings of this kind. It
has always been, is to-day, and will be
while it continues to exist, the defender
of tho constitution, the conservator of
peace and a devotee of law and order.
Gen. Hancock is an able gentleman, a
good soldier and a democrat tans pcur
ct tarn reprochc. He would bo a can
didate acceptable to the party and to
tho people, but the Register by its in.
discreet utterance has done more to
murder his chances for tho democratic
nomination than all his enemies could
do in a century. Hancock will not now
do. Ho michthavc cot alone with the
Mrs. Surratt business, but ho can't
pack the indiscretions of papers like
.the Mobilo lieghtrr. They would bo
hurled at' him during the canvass from a
thousand radical masked batteries. Ho
has been murdered at his own hearth
stone by his own friends.
Wo publish in another column a por
tion of a conversation between a news
paper corrcspoudentand Robert Toombsi
There was a time when tho counsels
of such men n Toombs and Davis wero
listened to with respect by all the coun
try, and adopted by tho pcopl6 of the
south as a rule of action. That time
has passed away. Led by their glitter
ing jtillUlrflltiw, J. .... .v.. x.
ruMicd into a de.-'perato struggle, out of
which these false prophets told them
they would come glorified by tho world,
independent proud arbiters of
their own fortunes dictators of Amer
ican policy a nation founded on slave
ry aud yet great und happy. Out of
that struggle the dupes of these incu
came without' any glory, Save that
which follows on tho heels of daring
valor crushed deprived of ovcry
right freemen hold dear in poverty
with their hinds made barren by tho
ruthless hand of war their homes des
olate dcparing ot the future look
ing regretfully to tho pait cursing
In auy other land' hi Christendom or
Heathendom these men, who had orgau-
used rebellion and bad fallen iu tho
struggle helpless, would hnvo graced
tho scaffold ; but American civilization
bus wiped out tho old rulo of vengeance
and when tho soldiers of tho south laid
down their arms tho North said to them
t i -i i . ..
--mo iiomu ami no at peace. It is
true, the republican party, not iiiito up
to tho standard of perfection iu mercy,
imposed upon tiio people of tho con
quered htafo.1 certain onerous restric
tions, and assumed the right to rob
while they surrendered tho desire to
hang thoso they hated; but, on the
whole, thoy acted humanely much bet
ter than radieals could have been ex
pected to act.
Very thankfully, seemingly, the old
leaders of the southern people accepted
meroy from their old-timu foes foes
they would havo hung ono nfter anoth
er, mercilessly, if they had succeeded
and settled down to humdrum every-
nay urn, acKiiowicugtng mat their po
litieal raco was run. Jlut, iu n short
time, the old insolence of spirit returned
and they began to talk, furnishing
weapons to tho republicans of the north
and striking tho meanest kind of blows
at tho democratic party. They had a
right to talk. This is n free country.
Hut may thoy bo confounded! com
mon modesty might have made them held
luiot in their mouths their mischiof
miiking tongues. Davis wouldn't ac
cept tho situation, and did not surrn
or hope ol tho "lost causo: " Toombs
nuld not accept anything either, and
expected to'roriew tho lato war iu a few-
days ; and all tho pack of followers of
lutie men, braitilosd but boastful of
outhcrn blood iu their'
Hurrah!" while tho radicals of the
north pointed to tho democrats of the
north and shouted; "We told ,you so ;
' Ihepo men express the hidden purpose
' fif vrmW .....I..
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Now, there is but one way to doal
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wmi uiCMi men. 'J'licv must bo ronu
.v. I . ., ,
""w mo uemoonuiy. 'i tioy uro
uuvmu counaoUors. Tlin Tnriuiba.who
boasted he woubl cull the roll of his
slaves in tho shadow of Uunkcr-HilJ
monument and didn't, must not be al
lowed to reproach the democratic party,
lie is not a democrat. He is essentially
an aristocrat an apologist of one man
power. His mind is full of gewgaws of
fancy and he know ''ow to clotho his
obnoxious ideas, which belong to a past
age and not to tho pjesent hour, in
oratorical habiliments that make them
beautiful. But; after all, he is a super
ficial rcasoner a dangerous man a
partisan who will ruin any causo ho
espouses. Ho may not be a rascal, but
if not he is a brilliant fool or a maniac.
Davis is deeper less brilliant, but selfish
as the devil and proud. Ho would, if
ho could, involve tho country in general
ruin, lie is as dangerous a; the yellow
fever or intro-glyccrinc.
With mon of this kind with the
clement at the south for which these
men speak tho democrats should hold
no parley. Lot them threaten to with
draw their support. Wo would rather
be defeated without than succeed with
them. Success brought to the party
by their support would give to their
counsels an importance that might work
evil to tho country. But, in fact, their
co-operation gives us no strength. It
robs us of advantage, ond gives to tho
republicans weapons of political war
faro against which we cannot prevail.
It is necessary, in order to achieve suc
cess, that tho democraoy cast aside the
burden of dead issues ; it is also neces
sary that they repudiate tho southern
fire-eaters of tho Toombs and Davis
Telegraphic and Otherwise.)
Tho city of Hsrtford has appropriated
$5,000 for a monnrtont to tho late Dr. Ho
raco Wells, tho discoverer of anaestheita.
Tho richest oyster bed known for
years was discovered on tho 12th Inst, by
a fisherman nt Knton's Neck, Long
W. J. Cannefox, tho murdoror of
Judgo Laindcnbowo, escaped with thrco
others from tho jail nt Springfield, Mo., a
few iluysj ago. Thrco hundred dollars
rownrd is oQutod for Cannefox.
New discoveries of gold and sllvor in
northern Arizona nro attracting much at
tention In Snn Francisco.
Governor Palmer has determined
upon tho nppointmont of a grain Inspector
for the city of Chicago. This .ofilco was
created for the purposo of correcting the
abuses heretofore practiced in tho storage
Six hundred Iowans left their stato
for St. Louis on the evening of tho lilth,
Pike's opera houso n Cincinnati was
inaugurated on tho ovening of tho 11th
by Jim Fisk's grand opera IlotiHo com
pany in prcsonco of a very largo audi
ence Bowcn, tho bigamist congressman,
has been fined two hundred and fifty dol
lars, nnd sontenced to 11 vo years in tho
penitentiary. Ho will ondeavor to obtain
n new trial.
A lake of borax or enrbonnto of soda,
it is not known which, has been discovered
in tho northern part of Nevada. Prepara
tions nro bolng mado without dolu; to
dovclop this now-found sourco of rio
It has transpired that Mrs. lluth, her
oine of tho Lawrence (Kansas) tragedy,
will, in certain contingencies, become tho
liulrcBS of an estuto in Franco valued at
sevorol millions of dollars, with tho right
to Hstumo tho title of Baroness do Spraugb.
VOU THE LADIKS.
Onty veils keep off freckles.
Gray and brown are tho most fashion
ablo colors worn this season.
A new color, called green .or peacock
green, is very fashionablo for bonnets and
costumes this season.
Tight taring is said to havo ono ndvan
tugo though it chorions life it suffuses
tho fare with n charming lovo tint.
Long siishc nro to bo worn this sum
mer; tho bow to be small and the ends to
roach to tho bottom of tho dret s.
l'r Idn in woman destroys nil symmetry
ami grucc;.nud affectation is n moro ter
rible enemy to the face than thosmullpox.
A vain, lazy wo in an h a lit associate for
coxcombs and fools, tho disgust of sensible
ina, ti bunion upon society and tho body
politic, nod scatters thorns in hor owli
Fashion, in tho midst of hor many ec
centricities, has revived tho high shell
comb of our grandmothers. Gold buckles
have also nppcarcd; and in waists nro rap
idly growing shorter und mora decolctto,
wo sIihII probably soon sco tho styles of
Itooamier und the toilets of tho Firet Em
pire tho favorite styles.
AuvKHiibiNO. It is amusing to seo
men iu Freoport trying to do business
without advertising, while their nolghbors
udvertitoand do nearly all tho business,
Tho same is tho caso hero in rinlonn
Thoso who ndvortlso the most do tho lar
gest ousinest; and so it is tho world over.
The rnmo nrinclnln hahl imrwl In ihu
ilty; y. w"1 w,lB tho best hat In tho
Capital city, that It can bo shown by "tho
figures 1 that tho business houses of this
city that Imvo for tho kit yoar advortisod
tho most liberally, havo sold tho Marijost
quantity of goods. State Journal
6" Amoug other things sottlod by tho
latotrcntyof ponce between Franco and
Germany is nu understanding that tho
(lerinnns who hnvo bcon oxpellod from
Franco will bo rostorod to tho nos8nini,
of lliolr property, and to tho rights of
domlcilo on Fronch territory. With re
gard to commorclul relations, Germany
will bo treated cn tiio same rooting as tho
most favored nations.
EfiyJulin Rover, a half-breed, at Cliev-
enno, just hunt; for murder, made this
dying speech. 11 Is cortniuly a model of
orovityi ".tio no squaw: me bravo. You
leui my leg ; no no siiiiko ; my imnu no
notromblo nuodor; inu God diimii good
Wetf Ho plnnt yields bo uroiU itn
umountof nutriment from thu sumo ).ter-
of soil at tho banana. Humboldt estima
ted that It returns Ito time at inuoh at tiio
potato, und 133 times a much at wliont
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JUNE 1G, 1871.
PK ACTICA L WATC 1 1 MAK Ell.'
H. IIOUPT, .
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVKNUE,
0 A I it O , I L 1,1 KO I S, '
Uim on hand
A FINE STOCK 0F WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
' rnrllctilar ttteriljon glrcn to ,
REPAIRING FINE' "WATCHES.
Tho largest Block of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
is tii cur.
. S. HAIUIELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
11 A It FIXTURES,
185 & 187 Commorcial Avenue
Mrerpool, New-York and Philadelphia
rxiirn contract with i-sitfd ktatm and hitiiiu
For Carrying tho Mll.
Fdll PASSAGE TICKETS
OB ri'KTIlIK INFORMATION
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.,
1,vi llrotdway, New York, or to
21G Washington Arenue, Cairo, Illlool.
FOR SALE, ) For Solo t FOR SALE
' I FcrBalel
FOR SALE. J F Bale I FOR BALE
Faro from Liyehpool,
Fare from LoynoNDKRKT,
Faro from Glasgow,
Faro from Queknstow.v
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $48.20
Snfford, Morris A Condee, Agent".
Ohio Levkk, :::::: Caiuo, III.
onnrtin moMiTur rmcp.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
. COMMISSION MERCHANT,
n, 70 Ohio J.ere,
BirSpeclal attention given to Consignment!
and rilling orders.
Opposite the PontorHce, on Hlxth Street between
Watlilrlgton and Commercial arenuea,
TIiIh hoiue has been thoroughly over-hauled,
refurulsheil and reniiTated, and m now open for
tlin reception of gueits. Tho rooms are all large
and well ventilated, and fuahiture new. Hatch
Ki'pinigninmi uay, jnuj. OAFFNET,
COMMEllCIAL-AVHSUK, OPPOSITE P. 0.,
Tiik HotrsK ih Nkwlv Furnisiikd
And oflern to the public Urxt-clnifl accommoda-
noun ui rraaonauio raiea.
CORNER SIXTH Axi. WALNUT-ST.,
(Kntruiico on Hixth-st ,)
K. J. Oak, )
H. C.Cady, r
E. 11. Lodwlck, J
OAKF.q. CADr i CO.. 1'riiprletorn.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
( CiirnH colic and griping
In the liowtl, and fa-
cuuaiea mo procota Oi
Hillidili'n foil vlllslons
ami jvereomen all di-
euHOH lllnlili.nl f In.
,uurea uiarrnea, dixen-1
.. ij nminuminercom.
ItU the Great Infant' ami fi.n,i.. nnii,in
lteiuedy In all dlaordera lirouulil on hr TeoihlnS
nr any oilier caime. Trepared y the
HlArTOri MF.IIICINF.CO., Ht. Loul, Mo.
Bald liV DriUrulHlH nnd lk.l.,,0 I. TLf.il
------ w - - -W4 HIVIP M ltllUllltl
HOW LOST I HOW RESTORED 1
Just published, In a sealed envelope. Price, t cts.
. I.ntnr.nn llinli.tnrat i .
cure of Bpermatorrhea or Hemlnel Weakneat, In-
1UIUBI Uiu.-I ""AUK, VUIUIT, UU lllipe
ilementa to Marriage generally) Nervouaneaa.
L'oniiimptlon, Bpllepiy, and Fits I Mental and
rnviicai incapaunj, reauiung irom eu abuse,
eta., by Rotit.J.Cnlverwell. if. I) author of lb
"Urcea Hook," etc.
, "a uoon to tiiouhampsov lurrcaxns."
. Bnl under anal, is plain envelope, to an ad
drea. poatpald, on reSeli-tof U eente, or two
poU alaiapa. by Oliaa.'j. O.Kline Co., 127
lluw.ry. Mew York, I'oitomee bos 4,6M, F
IX ri'Ll feLART
AT BARCLAYS' DRUO ATORE.
Fbm flcrnv, Daily.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
ait atADT roa rsc witmovt vaotrau
At Bacc lays'.
GRAPE I CATAWBA
( ORAri 1 PILLS
GRAPE ( CATAWBA ) tl ORAPK ) PILLS
AND ALL Or
FRESH FROU PIRBT HANDS,
Always lo stock In large supply, and for eala by
PEE8H BIiXTS IIC3C
For ftelc kjr CIIsm, Battle or (IaIIsms
Extra Fink Coloonk;
Gknuink IuroRtxD Extracts j
Hair, Tooth and Nail Orusuks;
India Rubber Nursery Goods ;
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Bet gradea In larga stock and va
riety, very cheap;
Full Link or Colors,
Dav AND IN oil;
Paint Brushea, Lleseed Oil,
Whitewash Bruahea, Turpentine,
Varnishes, Ete. etc.,
all kind and staxdabd qvAitTe
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep roajtaotly on haad a most com
plete stock of
SCOTCH AMD IRISU WHISKIES,
-G I N S,-
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Cat wba Wins
RBJaYTH CO. tell etrluslveiyfor cash, to
which fact they iavlte tho eapeoial atlea
tion ef close bargain buyer.
Special attention givtn to Filling Ordtrt.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
EIOHTH STREET, BETWEEN WASHINGTON
AND COMMERCIAL AVKNUKS,
Ha Just received a full and apt adld Hot ef
SILK G A LOON,
SILK AND VELVET BUTTONS,
PLUSH AND TRIMMING VELVET,
nATS AND BONNETS,
FINE KID GLOVES,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
An a full and oomplete stack of
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which he proposer lo Jell at
TIIK VERY LOWEST CABH PRICE.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
'ommJsrcial Ave. moIU EllleiU
aid Haty I '
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Ready-Hade.
A full assortment of Misses' and Ladiaa'
A vlellmof early tndlscretioo, oauamg nnff
deblUlv. annuiiiM itmmw.,in ..ittB triad In
vain every arfterliaed remedr. naa dlaeeTensd,
alfaplemaana ofaelf.our. whioh he wllLendfor
iV " ' auiareaa,
J: H. TOTTLE.
riaaV aM k
W. R, MORRIS, II. II. CANDEK
Notary Publlo, No. Pub, nnd V. H. Coin.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
- ..-i..l....l5,M,5H V7
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
mi.- i.tsi.uj se
International, n. y.,
"' t,ai3,3'JS 17
ASia,. 706,917 M
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
'" f0," 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
AMti y,ouo,w It)
TRAVELER', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Asset. l.wo.orii m
RAILWAY PAMENOERa' ASSURANCE
Aoaet MI.IW CO
Asset 00,13 et
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
City National Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
sMOkt, RAJiaf , KTCl
W. W. THORNTON,
BLIND8, WINDOW GLASS,
Office on Tf.nth St.,
Vlweea rosanaereial aad Woehlntton
A 0INT8 for Rock River Paper Company'
A aneamiBE anu Vjuarn Yemeni.
U. W. JohiPe Improved Roofing alwayi
WIRTES ARB UUCORs.
WM. II. SCHUTTER,
Iaaaerter sssul Wkl4le BeaUr Iss
TOBACCO &c dGKA.:RS
Agent for the' best brand ef
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
latpartael Ale X" BlaWrMt Hlssela
75 Ohio Levee,
If CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
P. M. STOOKFLETH,
cccrssoa rouiK a sroca rum
VorwlRv sum 1fmUe
LIQUORS, WiNES, ETC
No. 78 Ohio Lkvm,
BMsensuluci. 0I0, ILLINOIS.
i aitlB ana vnneraia wmn. hu
FORWARDING and COM
M K R!II A NTN ,
DEALERS IN FLj
And Agent of
Ohio River and Uarml
70 Ohio Leveii
i NTEitKST-pXYiNO r I
A new and novel system of I.ifo Rl
centlv Introduced tv thil
OP HT. LOUIM.
By thl systsm, Llle Insnrance n II
a little coat a by the usual plans, al
Icy hol ler receives an annual Interil
Kr cent upon all the money paid til
mpany; bis annual premium til
nimae mucn a a government bond. I
The Dlan haa bn thnmnrhl rll
fully Indorsed by the most emlnei
anu annul mathematicians in the l
it naa not yet been the subject or
mention In any respectable quarter.
Office of the Company,
NORTIIWEST CORXER FOURTH All
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ARTHUR 11. BARRETT,
benj. Williams, .Secretary.
Raaka high In the list ol sound, thrill
IthoauMU mora than enough toil
lt0lllliea in addltioj l" me capital. I
It haa one hundred thousand dollaril
wllh theHtaieof Missouri oa a perpl
anice lo in poncv noiuers.
It haicomolied follr with the new i
ly enforced than those of Eastern Htal
it invests it lunus id in, nni.
BeoDle from whom thev are received. I
Its management la vigorous, skillfull
Its annual Income from the Inlerei
alraadr more titan sufficient to nav It I
It Issues policies upon the ordinary II
aowment piaos, at ine same raw av
The policy holder receive all the ptl
nual dividends. I
Tha stock holder can receive on I
cent, of Interest on their capital, by thl
the charter. I
The annual dividend to policy hold!
ready greater than many eld Eastern
have ever been able to par. I
The Btate of Illinois paid last year al
minion aoiiara lor i.iie lusuraoce.
Whv si,nd so tnuehmoner out of tl
away to New York aoi New Kcgland fori
that may lo produced Just as cbeap'y (o
at home I I
ICE CBEAM HALOOM.
ICE CREAM SAL(
HrtrreN'NevrBtrsttb aawl VifM
rilllK HAI.OON ha been handsomely
X. nu will always anppiy trie urv
To be fnuml anywhere In the city.
FAMILIES OR PARTIES SUPJl
ON SUORT NOTICE.
Vine patronage of the public I rsiri
BOOT0 AND IIOEI.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKl
Between Washington Avenue and Poplar!
llooti and Sane Mode to Order.
Fine Workmea Employed.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTO
mi AQIMCY roe
BOOTS AND SHO
VIKII .ainhleta. hrlfila naiilnriua i
I Daren, tax lift, and everv variety cf i
peeaiiy executed, in me uuuerin hoot,
wipapei anu eiampg vviaousunieni.